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Straylight effects with aging and lens extraction.
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Lens extraction holds promise not only to improve on the condition of the cataract eye, but also to improved on the age-normal eye, quite independently from visual acuity. Expand
Influence of Cataract Morphology on Straylight and Contrast Sensitivity and Its Relevance to Fitness to Drive
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Straylight and, to a lesser extent, contrast sensitivity are complementary to BCVA and should be taken into account when considering surgery or driving legality. Expand
The effect of visual field defects on driving performance: a driving simulator study.
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The sensitivity and specificity of models based on vision, visual attention, and compensatory viewing efficiency were increased when the distance at which the subject started to scan was taken into account, and predicting practical fitness to drive was improved by taking driving simulator indexes into account. Expand
Age-related changes in the functional visual field: further evidence for an inverse Age x Eccentricity effect.
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The results indicated that, given a brief amount of time, older persons can process a smaller field of view than younger persons, and older persons were forced to resort to serial scanning for a larger part of the display, whereas younger persons could process a larger area in parallel. Expand
Association of lens opacities, intraocular straylight, contrast sensitivity and visual acuity in European drivers
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The objective is to study the relationship between lens opacity and intraocular straylight, visual acuity and contrast sensitivity, and to establish a baseline for this type of research. Expand
Surgical outcomes of intraocular lens exchange: Five‐year study
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Postoperative visual acuity improved in all cases without preoperative ocular comorbidity and Vitreous loss necessitating anterior vitrectomy was strongly correlated with preoperative Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy. Expand
Prevalence of impairment of visual function in European drivers
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This study aimed to investigate the prevalence of impairment of visual function amongst European drivers and found that among drivers with visual impairment, black-and-white vision impairment is more common than not. Expand
Predicting Practical Fitness to Drive in Drivers With Visual Field Defects Caused by Ocular Pathology
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Despite the increased explained variance of practical fitness to drive when taking higher-order visual functions into account, sensitivity and specificity remained quite low, limiting the use of these tests in identifying unfit drivers. Expand
Continuous positive airway pressure therapy is associated with an increase in intraocular pressure in obstructive sleep apnea.
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Regular screening of visual fields and the optic disc is warranted for all patients with OSA, especially those treated with CPAP, which causes an additional intraocular pressure increase, especially at night. Expand
Cumulative neodymium:YAG laser rates after bag‐in‐the‐lens and lens‐in‐the‐bag intraocular lens implantation: Comparative study
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The bag‐in‐the‐lens implantation technique has 100% effectiveness against posterior capsule opacification and a zero rate has not been reported with lens‐in-the‐bag implantation of an IOL of the same biomaterial or of other biomaterials. Expand
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